The project was to perform data analysis and migration of Human Capital Management (HCM) and Payroll data from PeopleSoft, learning data from Taleo, and Benefits data from a benefits administration system into Workday.
The goal of this modernization effort was to reduce costs, gain efficiencies, and drive innovation so that the company could better serve its governmental, defense, and intelligence clients.
One of the largest privately-owned child care providers in the US wished to bring 10 distinct brands and hundreds of schools onto their existing Oracle Cloud platform.
A globally ranked healthcare provider struggled with data issues during a pilot go-live for Oracle Cloud ERP. Then they met Premier International. Learn how we minimized data risk for this hospital and ensured a succes
Experiencing significant issues prior to User Acceptance Test, a multi-national company brought Premier in to assess the data migration for complex multi-application. Read how cultural issues impacted the project.
Making a first data conversion test cycle a success requires good planning and proactive work. Here, we take you behind the scenes of 7 key steps that we do at Premier to help make your test cycle a success.
Gaps in data governance and master data management posed the greatest risk to this logistic company's IT (Information Technology) transformation project.
The City of Dallas embarked on its Workday implementation in early 2018. Before Premier International was contacted, the city had already struggled through 3 test cycles on their own...
One of the world’s largest medical centers aimed to consolidate their ERP systems across hospital branches onto a single, integrated data platform.
Our steel manufacturer client proudly designed their own Supply Chain software solution decades ago on mainframe servers. While this system helped to propel them to success, it was time to modernize to D365.
A state is running across nine disjointed, antiquated, and disparate ERP applications for HCM and finance across 70+ agencies. See how Premier is overcoming these data challenges.
A division of a multi-billion dollar global aerospace and defense company needed to consolidate their 14 different business data sources onto a single integrated platform.
After a 100 years of international growth, a privately held materials company was ready to take the next step forward by modernizing their business.
The City of New Orleans completed a complex transformation into Infor CloudSuite. On this initiative Premier tackled the migration from their legacy IBM mainframe, Great Plains, BuySpeed, and other data sources.
A $4.4B organization embarked on a complex system modernization initiative to move from 11 disparate ERP systems into Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle PLM Cloud, Oracle CPQ Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud, and Microsoft Dynamics.
A case study that explores the value that Premier International brought to an inflight implementation for a Fortune 500 steel company.
Bridging the gap between mainframes and the Cloud requires a complex and comprehensive data conversion effort. Premier's comprehensive solution addresses these additional complexities.
Project overview, challenges, and solutions of our data mirgration services on an Oracle Cloud ERP implementation for a $4.4B data center equipment and services provider.
Perform the data analysis and migration of all HCM data (HR and Payroll) from a legacy Ceridian system & financial data from a legacy Oracle EBS R12 system into Workday for a $2.2B airport/transportation management firm.
While the design and manufacturing principles of a 100 year old furniture company withstood the test of time, its custom legacy mainframe ERP systems did not.
Premier International is proud to announce the successful Workday HCM Go-Live for a $2.2B transportation management firm.
This case study represents the migration of the financial general ledger data to PeopleSoft for a $2.8B higher education organization’s South American universities.
After years of acquiring various brands and companies, a $11.3B global leader in the beauty industry was left supporting and maintaining dozens of different HR/payroll systems.
A $14B Surgical Equipment Company (Client) was in the midst of consolidating a recent acquisition into their existing JD Edwards Enterprise One (E1) application.
After years of acquiring companies, a $22.5B Diversified Manufacturing Conglomerate was left supporting and maintaining each of the different legacy manufacturing and ERP systems.